Musical Fidelity unveils MF-100 overhead headphones

25 Oct 2013

Musical Fidelity MF-100

Musical Fidelity has announced a new pair of overhead headphones, the MF-100, for £119. The British manufacturer claims they provide 'clear, natural sound' and 'the same studio-quality sound Musical Fidelity has become renowned for'. 

The MF-100s are the firm's first pair of overhead cans, adding to the current repertoire of two sets of in-ears. We reviewed the EB-50s earlier this year, but felt that they were a tad overpriced for the sound they offered.

However with the MF-100, Musical Fidelity aims to give the wearer a lifelike sound, allowing them to immerse themselves in the music they are listening to. 

The drive units have been designed from scratch and are said to give a 'very flat and wide frequency response with low distortion'.

Musical Fidelity MF-100

The styling is up to usual Musical Fidelity standards, with helpings of leather around the ears and a soft-touch frame. Some Alcantara earpieces are also available to ensure a comfortable fit and a tight seal.

To keep up with current trends, an in-line microphone is provided to allow for hands-free calling, and the earpieces fold away for safe and secure storage.

The MF-100s will be in stores by the end of the month.

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by Max Langridge

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Comments

Overhead, over-ear, on-ear, in-ear - we're running out of descriptors Wink

Never heard of overhead headphones before - is that compared to underhead headphones?

From the pictures shown they look like another on-ear headphones hoping to gain traction in overly competitive and saturated headphone market.